Sunday, January 20, 2019
italian supermarket
One of the best parts about being in Italy is that everyday things are their own little adventures - even a trip to the italian supermarket grocery store can be a portal into a world...
Doing the Little Shoe, La Scarpetta in Italian
Italian food culture is probably very different from what you're used to at home. And, since Italians have been perfecting it for over 1,000 years, try going with the wine and olive oil flow instead...
We all know whats happening and most of your friends already announced their departure from the site, thus leaving you and all of your pics and posts about cute puppies and kittens alone in the...
So you're walking down the streets of Florence, on your left you've got Palazzo Signoria, the center of Florentine Medici power. Right in front of you, one of the wonders of Florence, you've seen it...
 Everyone loves some good wine, especially when you’re abroad in Tuscany, and if you’ve got some days off from your courses, why not celebrate and let off some steam with your friends? But you also know...
The Duomo and Santa Croce Church in Florence Italy from Piazzale Michelangelo
The average cost of living in Florence Italy is fairly comparable to that of New York or Los Angeles...if you forget to convert from euros to dollars. Because prices are numerically similar (7 for a cocktail is...
Bidet in Florence Italy Bathroom
The most typical question I get from new arrivals in Italy isn't "Where can I exchange money?" or "How do I get to the nearest gelato place?" but "What's that thing next to the toilet...
So you’ve spent the day soaking up the beautiful culture Florence has to offer but hasn’t all that walking made you hungry? Well, StudentsVille.it to the rescue! Ever heard of Mercato San Lorenzo (San Lorenzo Market) or the Mercato Centrale (Central Market)? It’s in walking distance from Piazza San Marco and Piazza del Duomo and is a lovely place to go for lunch or dinner.
So you’re in Florence. A most beautiful city, full of art and history. Feeling homesick? - perhaps not, but whether you are or not you could still visit an unexpected hidden Teashop just outside the centre of Florence. Well, centre if you’re British or center if you’re American. But you know what I mean. It’s not a long walk, around 20 minutes from the centre. However, if your legs are not up to it then you can get to it by bus number 3, 6 or 20. The area is called San Salvi named after the church San Michele a San Salvi, which was built in the 11th century and is not far from the Campo di Marte Station. Back to the Tearoom then in Via Carlo Poma, 7/9r, Florence.
Our staff selects the best events of Florence (around 500 events per year) and publishes them in studentville.it/events_in_florence.html and in eventsinflorence.it (but you could maybe find these events in many B&B and Hotels of Florence that share our database!)